Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1502

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3156 INDEX. Hays, !Jm~ W. (widow), Pa&&. pensIOn Increased _ _ ___________ ______ 2078 Hays, ~'U3~n A. (widow), penSIOn mcrel.l.sed_ _ ___ ______________ 2108 Hays, l!an~y (widow), pensIOn mcreased___________________ 1885 Hayt, Marvaret A. (widow), pension mcreased_ _ ____ ___ _____ __ ___ 1867 Hayward Indian H08pital, Wis., appropriation for construction, etc _ _ __ 1582 Hayward, Wis., appropriation for Indian school aL 219, 1580 Haywood, Eliza A. (widow), pension increased_ _ __ __ ____ __ ____ __ _ 2131 Haywood, James M., pension____________________________ 1835 Hazard, W. Laurence, travel, etc., expenses incurred for Pen- sion Bureau, allowed__________ 1717 ,Hazelrigg, Paulina C. (widow), , pension increased_ ______ ____________ 1952 Hazlett/Ida (widow), pensIOn increased_ _ __ __ __ ____ ___ ____ 1938 Hazlew.0od~ Nancy E. (widow), pensIOn Increased_ _ ___ _______ ___ ___ _ 1881 Haua~d, ltfary E. (widow), pensIOn lllcreased_ ______ ____________ 2231 Head, Margaret T., payment to, for death of son_________ 1827 Head Taz, etc., appropriation for refunding illegally collected______ _______ __ ___ 107, 1137 Head, WiUiam W., land patent to heirs of_______________ 2340 Headle1/, ~ary M. (widow), pensIOn lllcreased_ _ _________ __ ____ __ 2219 Headstone3 for SoldierlJ' Grave3, etc., appropriation for ________________ 354, 1375 deficiency appropriation for furnishing, soldiers' graves in Europe______ 37 for furnishing ________ 43,50,936,938, 1620 authorized to be erected over graves of soldiers cf Confederate Army ___ 1307 Healey! LtU!na (widow), pensIOn lllcreased___________________ 2240 Healing Arts Practice Act, D. C., 19J!8, meaning assigned to terms used_______ 1326 "Disease" _ ___ _________ __________ 1326 "The healing art"; not including dentistry, podiatry, optometry, pharmacy, nursing____________ 1326 "Topractice"; , ,Com m ission"; t, Board" ; "Drugless healing" ; "School" ____ ________ ____ ____ 1326 practicing, without license, or registry, forbidden____________________ 1327 otherwise than as licensed or regis- tered________________________ 1327 commission on licensure to practice the healing art, created _ _ _ _ ______ _ 1327 composition; officers; powers, etc_ _ _ 1327 applications for licenses and registra- tion to be considered by _ _ _____ 1327 may be issued by outstanding li- censes to practice, etc _ _ _ _ _____ 1327 examination to determine profes- sional fitness_________________ 1327 certifying of, to proper examiniIlg board _______________________ 1328 license to issue on favorable report of board_ ___ ________ _______ __ 1328 may appoint examiners, employees, secure quarters, purchase sup- plies___________ ------------- 1328 Healing Arts Practice Act, D. C., 19J!8- Continued. commission on licensure to practice; boards of examiners; in basic sciences, medicine and ostcopathy, chiro- practic, naturopathy, midwifery, and drugless healing, to be ap- pointed by __________________ _ qualifications, etc., of members of boards _____________________ _ duties, etc., of examining boards _____ _ board of examiners in basic sciences; qualifications, etc ____________ _ applicants for licenses to be referred to, as to ability to apply the sciences to the healing art ____ _ examination and report to the com- mission _____________________ _ certification by commission to other boards for professional fitness __ _ no license to, if reported not quali- fied; except.ions _____________ _ board of examiners in medicine and osteopethy; qualifications, etc __ composition cf, examinations, etc __ _ certify to commission of applicants foundqualified ________________ _ applicants not intending to limit practice to drugless healing method, referred to __________ _ if qualified in basic scienees _____ _ provisions for determining fitness of ap- plicants for licenses by drugless methods ____________________ _ examining boards, qualifications, etc_ eligibility of graduates of representa- tive school, etc ______________ _ action on applications intending to limit practice to drugless methods ____________________ _ board of examiners, qualifications, etc__ applicants referred to, for determining fitness for licenses, etc ________ _ regular terms of examinations by tht.> boards _____________________ _ publication of notices thereoL _____ _ nature and extent of examinations to be prescribed __________________ _ to be in writing; identity of person not to be known _____________ _ similarity of questions; standard rule for credits, etc_______________ _ uniformity in examinations _______ _ questions to be submitted to commis- sion by the boards ___________ _ preparation, distribution, etc., oL __ _ method, etc., of holding examinations__ ratings of examinees from reports of board ______________________ _ consideration by commission; qualified afPlicants to receive licenses __ _ record 0 reports open to inspection ___ _ numbering and classification of licenses_ persons desiring to practice, to apply for authority so to do ___________ _ form, etc., of applications _________ _ fees required for licenses; practition- ers excepted_________________ _ present practitioners must apply for licenses _____________________ _ pUblication of requirement ________ _ applications for relicensing ________ _ after five years no licenses to be issued based on former laws_________ _ Pa&&. 1328 1328 1328 1328 1329 1329 1329 1329 1329 1329 1330 1330 1330 1330 1330 1331 1331 1331 1331 1331 1331 1332 1332 1332 1332 1332 1332 1332 1333 1333 1333 1333 1333 1333 1333 1334 1334 1334 1334